|Season (20 June 2020 - 6 Sept 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 16:00|
Hop onboard the historic ferries Beffen and MF Vågen with stops at the Bergen Aquarium, the Norwegian Fisheries Museum and Old Bergen Museum.
On the way, you will have a perfect view of some of Bergen`s most important seaside attractions: the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bryggen, the Håkon`s Hall, the Nordnes peninsula, and the historic seaside stockfish warehouses in Sandviken and Skuteviken. A comfortable and fun way to discover Bergen, with lots of photo opportunities.
Are you short on time, or just want to see the harbour from the seaside, this is both an effective and enjoyable travel alternative!
With this day pass you can travel as much as you want the day you booked a ticket. You can hop on and off just as you wish!
Departure times from the Fish Market every hour between 11:00 and 16:00
The cruise starts at the Fish Market (by the round tower/Narvesen newsagent). First stop is at Nordnes (Tollbodkaien) on then onwards to Sandviken (Norwegian Fisheries Museum) and the last stop is at Old Bergen Museum. The whole cruise takes 1 hour and 35 minutes (from Vågen).
Fish market: departure every hour on the hour (between 11:00-16:00)
Nordnes: departure 10 min. past every hour
Sandviken: departure 35 minutes past every hour
Old Bergen Museum: Arrival 15 minutes to every hour.
Departure times from the Old Bergen Museum every hour between 11:00 and 16:00
The tour starts at Old Bergen Museum, then to Sandviken (Norwegian Fisheries Museum), Nordnes (Tollbodkaien) and ends at Fisketorget.
Old Bergen: departure every hour on the hour (between 11: 00-16: 00)
Sandviken: Departure 15 minutes past
Nordnes: Departure 28 minutes past
Fish Market: Arrival 35 minutes to
Book online here, or buy your ticket at the Tourist Information or on board. A pre-purchased ticket is not the equal to a reservation - show up early on the pier before departure. The boat ticket gives 20% discount on the entrance ticket to the Bergen Aquarium, the Norwegian Fisheries Museum
and the Old Bergen Museum.
Tickets: Your email confirmation is your ticket. Show the confirmation when boarding. You can show it on your mobile or bring a printed copy.
Cancellation: No refund on cancellation, but we can help change the date if needed.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults||NOK130.00 1 day|
|Children under 16 years||NOK70.00 1 day|
|Children 0-2 years||Free|
|Children under 16 years||NOK35.00 single|
Prices may be subject to change.
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